Column by Max Booth III
When all else fails, you can always put a tie on your cat and send him to the office in your stead.
Column by Leah Rhyne
One writer's failed resolution to write less in the new year.
Column by Annie Neugebauer December 23, 2016
What's to be gained from resolving to write 1,000 words a day for a year (besides a buttload of words)? One writer commits to finding out.
Column by Gabino Iglesias November 8, 2016
Some obsessions are great, but a few of them can hinder your ability to develop a successful writing career.
Column by Beth Lewis August 5, 2016
You've got a long road ahead of you. Here's how to persevere.
Column by Riki Cleveland May 24, 2016
20 pages a day for 14 days. Quick revisions. Bam. A finished book. In a month. Where do I sign up?
Column by Riki Cleveland May 18, 2016
If you’ve ever fought to get the work done or dreamed of being a high-volume writer, here are six habits to cultivate.
Column by Peter Derk April 5, 2016
Writing something pointless is the best thing you haven't done.
Interview by Max Booth III
Max chats with Scott Adlerberg about how genre can potentially limit writers.
Column by Peter Derk January 25, 2016
Writing gave me hemorrhoids. Don't let it happen to you.
Column by Riki Cleveland January 7, 2016
A new year, a fresh start. Get 2016 off on the right foot with this list of ten resolutions for the writing life.
Column by Michael David Wilson December 22, 2015
An exploration of the morning rituals and daily habits of authors including Stephen King, Gillian Flynn, Bret Easton Ellis and Paul Tremblay.
Column by Leah Rhyne June 18, 2015
Write what you know. Write your life. Write your body. Write YOU. What if what you know isn't interesting enough to write? What then? Are you stuck forever in mediocrity?
Column by Rob Blair Young May 6, 2015
Dear George. I love you. I hate you. Oh, I don't know how I feel anymore ... but I do know you're a tease. Won't you please listen to me?
Column by Rob Blair Young April 28, 2015
I explore a central lesson I learned from writing my thesis: A "brick-by-brick" writing approach that makes projects more manageable, less stressful, and easier to complete.
Column by Jessica Meddows April 17, 2015
Sitting at your desk, hunched over your keyboard is one of the worst things for your body, and one of the occupational hazards of being a writer. Read the exercises you should be doing to help this.
Column by Max Booth III March 13, 2015
By writing out of sequence, you no longer have to force yourself to write the boring bits. You are always writing the fun chapters. The scenes that remind you why you’re a writer in the first place.
Column by Ed Sikov March 6, 2015
A selection of idiotic questions and comments that ruin a writer's day.
Column by Raine Winters March 4, 2015
Quitting is easy. Continuing to write: that's the hard part. Here's five reasons why you should never give up on a WIP.
Column by Christine J. Schmidt January 20, 2015
2015 is the year of the writer, and that writer is you.
Column by Susan DeFreitas
Writing output in 2014 less than prodigious? Here are some hot tips from famous writers, productivity gurus, neuroscience, and yours truly for higher word counts in 2015.
Column by Peter Derk December 30, 2014
Lots of writers resolve to write when the ball drops. What happens to those resolutions over the next 365 days?
Column by Leah Rhyne November 25, 2014
In this, the final installment of So You Want To Write A Book, we talk about THE END!
Column by Rob Blair Young October 29, 2014
Some discussion of my own journey with ADD and my choice to get off meds, along with a look at attention deficit tendencies in creative individuals and how to cope with those tendencies.